Mateusz Klich has summed up how a lot of Leeds United supporters feel following Saturday’s 3-3 draw with Cardiff City with a four-word Instagram post.
Marcelo Bielsa’s men looked to be cruising back to the top of the Championship. Helder Costa had given the Whites an early lead, and Patrick Bamford had doubled their advantage after eight minutes against Neil Harris’s side.
And with Bamford making it three shortly after the break, it appeared that Cardiff were fighting to stop Leeds eclipsing the four-goal margin they managed in their recent win over Middlesbrough.
However, the Bluebirds got one back just after the hour-mark. And a nervy finish was assured when the visitors made the score 3-2 with eight minutes remaining.
A red card for goalscorer Sean Morrison only seemed to leave the Leeds fans even more convinced that an equaliser was coming.
And those fears were realised as the scores were levelled just before the fourth official confirmed how much stoppage-time would be played.
It is a real wake-up call for Bielsa’s men. They can perhaps take a small positive from the fact that that wake-up call came in a fixture that Leeds did not lose. But there is no question that it turned into a hugely disappointing afternoon for the promotion-chasers.
Klich suggested on social media that it was certainly a lesson for the Whites. But the succinct post suggests that Leeds are determined to make amends and ensure that the result is quickly forgotten about.
Here is what Klich posted on social media…
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